At long last I have completed working on Lenin and Theology, compiled the full manuscript (which will come in at around 450 pages when published) and sent it to someone who has agreed to check the Russian references and so on (thanks sk). So the ‘reading Lenin’ series comes to a close, although it may have an occasional supplement. I am sure my mother will be pleased, since she provides constant feedback on my blog, occasionally threatening to write me out of her will – given that she will probably live for a good while more, I’ll be an old fogey by the time that is an issue.
But that made me realise that I have a few other books appearing this year. In another instance of shameless self-promotion, here they are:
Criticism of Earth: On Marx, Engels and Theology. Due out with Brill in May this year.
Nick Cave: A Study of Love, Death and Apocalypse. Also due out in May, now with Equinox.
The Earthy Nature of the Bible: Fleshly Readings of Sex, Masculinity and Carnality. Published by Palgrave Macmillan and due out in October this year.
Criticism of Heaven: The Author’s Cut. Published by CCLM in Taiwan, in the Sino-Christian Studies Supplement Series, and due out soon.
Finally, the paperback of Criticism of Theology: On Marxism and Theology III. Also due out in May, with Haymarket.